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Continue doing what you're doing. Continue keeping your staff happy because it shows in their work ethic.
—Mobile Health Patient

Wage Parity Symposium Successful!

Posted April 7, 2016

Mobile Health, in partnership with FordHarrison LLP and TSG Financial, has just concluded its 3rd successful wage parity symposium. Held at the NYC Bar Association building on April 5th , Mobile Health thanks all who participated and presented. If you missed out on Tuesdays event, don’t worry! You can still gain greater clarity on Wage Parity[Read the Rest]

Get Smart About Wage Parity

Providing Clarity in Wage Parity Clarity for Home Care in New York

Posted March 1, 2016

On March 1st, 2016 home care agencies in Suffolk, Nassau, and Westchester counties will see their wage parity total compensation increase 114% to $13.22/hour. As agencies consider new ways to comply with the growing supplemental wages of the Wage Parity Act, employers are encouraged to consider Mobile Health’s Wage Parity Clarity. Wage Parity Clarity is[Read the Rest]

Wage Parity Act Symposium April 23rd

Posted April 1, 2015

Attention Homecare Agencies On Thursday, April 23, 2015, from 8:30 AM-12:30 PM, FordHarrison LLP and Mobile Health are co-sponsoring a symposium on the Wage Parity Act. FordHarrison LLP, a co-sponsor of this event, is a national labor and employment law firm representing home care industry employers. Mobile Health is a leading provider of employee screening[Read the Rest]

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Home Healthcare’s Bright Future

Posted March 30, 2015

In an October 2014 workshop on health services presented by the National Research Council & the Institute of Medicine, key speaker Steven Landers (CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group) discussed the lasting advantages of home healthcare services. Landers emphasized the diminished risk of infections among elderly patients when staying at home versus at[Read the Rest]

Home Health Aides – Tips for staying healthy at your patient’s house

Posted March 16, 2015

A Home Health Aide’s role as caretaker means they work to improve the quality of life of a patient. This often means they find themselves working in a patient’s house for long hours. During the time spent at a patient’s house, it’s possible Home Health Aides may become exposed to potential health risks. Here are[Read the Rest]

Watch Your Mouth: The Importance of Oral Health

Posted March 5, 2015

Poor oral health can negatively impact a person’s overall health. Luckily, simple appropriate oral hygiene tactics can protect a person’s health. Common Oral Diseases Common oral diseases and disorders include dental caries, gingivitis, and other periodontal diseases. Dental caries is simply the condition of having damage to the teeth, frequently holes in the teeth –[Read the Rest]

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Preventing Employee Claims for Wage and Hour Violations: Notices

Posted March 4, 2015

This post is a guest article from Sandra Dawes with Egan Attorneys. Egan Law Firm is a New York employment law firm dedicated exclusively to providing knowledgeable and effective representation in all employment law matters. Preventing Employee Claims for Wage and Hour Violations: Notices   As you have undoubtedly heard in the news, wage and[Read the Rest]

Introducing drug-free workplace programs and worker's comp discounts

Recap of Mobile Health’s Code 60 Webinar

Posted February 12, 2015

On February 3rd, 2015, Mobile Health’s Brian McCormack, along with Egan Attorneys’ Susan Egan hosted a webinar to discuss the benefits companies can get from complying with New York State’s Code Rule 60. Representatives from over 50 New York City companies attended the webinar. A brief description of Code 60 is below, as well as[Read the Rest]

Home health pre-employment physical in New York

Posted April 8, 2013

Mobile Health is proud to be a major provider for pre-employment physicals for home health agencies and their employees. In accordance to New York State’s Department of Health law 766.11 Personnel, there are very strict rules regarding the health of the employee. These rules were designed to protect both the patients and the provider from dangerous[Read the Rest]

Low Incidence of Positive Pre-Employment Drug Testing for Healthcare Workers

Posted February 25, 2013

In 2012, Mobile Health saw a positive pre-employment drug test rate of only 2.7% of all patients seen. Patients of home health aides can rest assured as only 2.7% of applicant’s failed their pre-employment drug test with Mobile Health. The majority of Mobile Health’s clients are New York home healthcare businesses who use them for drug tests,[Read the Rest]

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